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OK, I don't honestly know what the problem is with folks bashing Windows 8. Most tasks are actually easier for me in Windows 8 than they were in Windows 7, and with Windows 8, you have the Windows 7 "desktop" mode too if the live tiles scare you off.
I have a Windows Phone and Windows 8 makes it so easy to sync your content with Windows Phone. Upon upgrading from Win 7, Win 8 gives you the choice to change your computer login to a Windows Live login, if you have one. If you have a Windows Live account, it's actually convenient because all your content associated with your Live account is available with the click of a mouse, without having to log into any clunky web interfaces first.
For example, all my phone contacts appear by clicking the "People" tile; my SkyDrive content is instantly available by clicking "SkyDrive"; my calendar is available by clicking the "Calendar" tile, and so on. If I update something on my Windows Phone, the content gets updated in the tiles on Windows 8 within seconds and vice-versa. It couldn't be any easier.
All your programs appear as tiles on the screen and Windows 8 "knows" whether it's a legacy (Windows 7 or earlier) application or not and switches to the Windows 7 "desktop" environment automatically if you launch a legacy application. What's more, is that you can run multiple Windows 8 programs in "modern" (the live tiles) mode and legacy desktop apps at the same time, and even switch back and forth between them as you need. I'm writing this review right now on Internet Explorer 11 in "modern" mode, while I have a browser based game running in Firefox in the "desktop" mode in the background.......and I can switch back and forth effortlessly. No more <alt-tab> key sequence to switch, I just place my mouse in the upper left corner and a thumbnail of each program I have open appears and I can select which one I want from there. Whoever first started the bit about Win 8 only being suited for touchscreens obviously didn't take the time to TRY it out for themselves first.
Summary: Ignore the haters and try it out for yourself. It's much better than Windows 7.
I am 26 and have been dealing with IBS-D since I was 18. I have seen many different doctors & tried many different approaches to help in reducing my symptoms. As there is no real cure for IBS, I obviously hadn't had much luck with many of these approaches such as antispasmodics, increased fiber, etc. My only quick fix relief would come from taking Immodium. As many IBS sufferers experience, it has significantly altered my quality of life over the years from avoiding certain social functions to even avoiding food altogether. The hardest part was having to watch other people, such as my boyfriend, also constantly having to deal with "my stomach issues" as a result of needing to flee from different places once an episode set in. There didn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to when an episode would occur...sometimes just thinking about having to eat while outside the comfort of my home would bring one on. Yet, certain foods such as coffee, dairy, and alcohol would almost always trigger an episode. As a teacher, I'm not able to use the bathroom whenever needed, so I tried Align after reading the positive reviews here. (I did try Digestive Advantage first, but with little success.) I am currently on week four & I am feeling better then I have ever felt before. I started having one, normal BM a day within four days of taking align & the urgency to constantly have to go within seconds of eating has subsided. I have progressively been getting better with each day-with only some bloating the first several days. In the past 4 weeks, I only had one flare up & many of my trigger foods have caused me no trouble. I know that IBS is some how affected by our body's response to our nervous system, so it can not necessarily "cure" that mental aspect of IBS..you'll need to build confidence in the product and what it does. I would absolutely tell you to try this product if you are an IBS-D sufferer. It just may work in reducing your symptoms and giving you back a better quality of life like it has done for me. I wouldn't normally go out of my way to write something like this...but I feel it is important for people to see this because I know just how debilitating IBS can be for many.
Great product, I was a skeptic at first until I tried it. 2 weeks before I purchased the garden 7 classic I planted basil, dill and mint in regular potting soil to my surprise the classic 7 garden grows considerably faster. My mother in-law had seen it and wanted one, so I purchased a second unit. It was the perfect gift she loves it. If you like to have fresh herbs on hand in the winter months I recommend this product.
I just took the GRE, and although my score was just an estimate, it appears I scored pretty well (610-710 verbal, 730-800 quantitative -- most likely I'm over the 90th percentile in both areas). This book also covered some concepts that other books really never touched. This book was one of the books I used for my preparation along with the official ETS book, and the Princeton Review. This book covered a lot of techniques/ tricks/ shortcuts and explanations that really helped me speed up my problem solving. If you've been practicing the GMAT, most likely you've noticed there's a lot of time pressure to complete problems quickly. This book can help in that area.
Overall, I would say this is a very worthwhile book, and I would really recommend it. If you're a serious test-taker though, you can't limit yourself to one book. This is not a stand-alone book that give you all you need for the GRE. My 5 stars are based on the fact that this was a very important, and helpful book. Without this book, its very likely I would not have broken through the 90th percentile range in the English or Quantitative sections. Overall, I think this really helped me more in the quantitative area. I think it could have helped me more with the verbal reasoning, but time constraints didn't allow me to fully absorb this material like I wanted to.
First time I've shopped for a vacuum online. i was planning on getting something like a Dyson because I was not having luck with vacuums surviving from stores. However I LOVE this vacuum. I have two cats and this vacuum picks up their hair really well. I've had this for two years now and it hasn't failed, yay!
There are no bags. It's easy to empty the mess. There are two filters to tap out and maybe wash every now and then but even the directions say every few months.
Cord has a good reach. Comes with a brush attachment and pipe and pipe extender if you want to get in nooks and crannies.
The On button switches suction on and there is a second option to add spinning bristles. This is great because you can use it on tile, just use it without the bristle mode.